If you have already decided that you want to buy a new soundbar, but still don’t know what exactly you want, the Yamaha SR-C20A vs Yamaha SR-B20A comparison is here to offer you two decent solutions. The Yamaha SR-C20A was rated 5, while the Yamaha SR-B20A has a rating 5.4. Soundbars have the same set of buttons - volume down, volume up, power, source.
Each of the models under consideration has active amplification type. These rivals can be compared in terms of power, 100 (overall) versus 120 (overall) according to devices. Competitors have a built-in subwoofer. Audio features and specs of considered models we rated 6 out of 10 in our ranking.
Soundbars do not have AirPlay support. The units in this comparison do not support Spotify.
Both models do not have a wireless Wi-Fi interface. Soundbars from this comparison have Bluetooth support. 0/1 HDMI inputs/outputs are in each of soundbars. As in the SR-C20A, so in the SR-B20A there is the HDMI Audio Return Channel (ARC). Connecting devices via USB is possible in both models. The connectivity of each of the models was estimated at 7/10.
Each of the soundbars can be controlled using the application. Soundbars in this review are not equipped with a microphone. The models under consideration cannot become part of a multiroom system.
Dolby Atmos audio decoder support is not implemented in either the SR-C20A or SR-B20A. Devices from this comparison cannot process surround sound due to lack of DTS:X. The SR-C20A was rated 5/10, while the SR-B20A received a mark of 6/10 for multichannel surround.